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Page 351 - ... has been adopted into our own form of speech. This is a great acquisition to the person who is anxious to use words in their utmost clearness of meaning. To these advantages is subjoined a Vocabulary of the Roots of English Words, which is of peculiar value to the collegian.
Page 346 - Teacher is based upon the true principle of the art, viz. — a careful analysis of the structure and meaning of language, rather than a servile adherence to the arbitrary and mechanical rules of Elocution. To impress upon the mind of the pupil that words are the exposition of thought, and...
Page 346 - READER; A COLLECTION OF THE MOST APPROVED PLAYS OF SHAKSPEARE. CAREFULLY REVISED, WITH INTRODUCTORY AND EXPLANATORY NOTES AND A MEMOIR OF THE AUTHOR. Prepared expressly for the use of Classes, and the Family Reading Circle.
Page 351 - A DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE; containing the Pronunciation, Etymology, and Explanation of all Words authorized by eminent writers ; to which are added a Vocabulary of the Roots of English Words, and an accented list of Greek, Latin, and Scripture Proper Names. By Alexander Reid, AM, Rector of the Circus School, Edinburgh.
Page 352 - NEPOS; With Practical Questions and Answers, and an Imitative Exercise on each Chapter. By THOMAS K. ARNOLD, AM Revised, with Additional Notes, by Prof.
Page 345 - Third Reader opens with a series of exercises on articulation and modulation, containing numerous examples for practice on the elementary sounds (including errors to be corrected) and on tha different movements of the voice, produced by sentential structure, by emphasis, and by the passions.
Page 348 - Miscellaneous Questions in Grecian History —Miscellaneous Questions in General History, chiefly Ancient— Questions containing a Sketch of the most remarkable Events from the Christian Era to the close of the Eighteenth...
Page 347 - Dr. Henry has appended a new chapter oo the History of the United States. This Manual of Modern History, by Mr. Taylor, is the most valuable and instructive work concerning the general subjects which it comprehends, that can be found in the whole department of 'historical literature.
Page 347 - India — with an Appendix of important illustrative articles. This portion is one of the best Compends of Ancient History that ever yet has appeared. It contains a complete text for the collegiate lecturer ; and is an essential hand-book for the stn lent who is desirous to become acquainted with all that is memorable in general secular archaeology.